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When we think about the big players for online recruitment, what springs to mind? Chances are Google, LinkedIn and Indeed are almost always at the top of the list. But
It’s no secret that LinkedIn has been leading the way in the social media recruitment market for some time now. Facebook and Instagram may be leading in the social networking
Instagram is one of the most well-known, and fastest growing social media networks. Surpassing one billion active accounts, and still growing, the platform is enjoying unbridled success. Instagram’s one
If you work in recruitment marketing, you already know about the popularity and power of video. In the near future, video content will make up over 80% of all internet
If you are reading this, chances are that you spend much of your time searching for the perfect candidates to fill roles at your company. You already know that it’s
Employees can be a disaffected bunch. With employment currently at record high levels, increasingly recruiters have had to source candidates that are already employed, and this has proved fertile ground
While it might not be the first social media platform that pops into every recruiter’s mind when they think of sourcing candidates, Facebook can be a great place to attract
If you’ve spent any amount of time working in the recruitment industry, one phrase you will quickly become familiar with is ‘Competitive Salary’. While it is a popular tactic for
After LinkedIn made changes to its back-end functions in November, promising faster implementation of updates, the platform has recently announced a slew of new features and improvements to existing services.
When creating a digital recruitment marketing strategy, it’s common wisdom that you need to engage prospective candidates over social media. However, more than any other candidate attraction channel, social media